Summary: As the kiss grew deeper she didn’t analyze what was happening to her, why she was kissing him back, and why he was kissing her. For once she didn’t think at all. And she was okay with not knowing all the answers.
This piece is a seventh year, One-shot concerning Hermione and Draco that will either puzzle you, or intrigue you. I might warn you of slight AU, it depends on your take on this piece. We already know that this couple wouldn't exist in canon anyway, so please bare with. This was my very first HG/DM pairing and I did my best to avoid any...cliche's with this complex couple. And really, let my know your opinions. Criticism, flames, well hopefully not, or kind words are deeply appreciated.
I thought it was a little too out of character for my tastes, but I appreciate your effort.
Summary: A scarlet stain, a maroon jumper, a bloody nose, a blush.
A laugh, an embrace, a punch in the face, a kiss.
Scorpius doesn't know when he started trying to live vicariously through her, but he is certain of one thing: there is no shade of red quite like Rose Weasley. Second place in the Colour of Love Challenge.
There is something about certain pieces of writing that makes them art, not just empty words.
....This is art. It is really really quite fabulous. I was seriously impressed. It characterization was well done, and I adored the use of colour to connect it all. I look forward to reading other pieces by you.
Summary: Bridges fell, Muggles were murdered, a wave of despair swept over Britain...and two dentists moved to Australia.
Wendell and Monica Wilkins had no children, but that was fine with them--all they had ever wanted, after all, they had found in the quiet town of Charters Towers.
Or rather, the daughter they didn't know they had loved them enough to let them go.
I am Pendraegona, and this is my submission to the Worlds Within a World challenge.
I. love. Your. Work. Really, I do. This was enchanting. I had never really thought about this aspect of Hermione's life much before- or ever, really. I think it was an exellent choice to write it from Hermione's parent's point of view rather than Hermione's herself, it made it much more powerful.
Summary: After having suffered years of torment from working in one of the lowest possible positions in the Ministry of Magic, Hermione’s dreams were finally coming true. She had been assigned to train side-by-side with one of the leading heads in the Ministry. Nothing could have burst her bubble of happiness, well, at least until she discovered the name of her new “boss”.
I quite like this fic. Entertaining, really funny. And, for the most part, in character. Lovely!